Civil and Structural Engineering

Structural engineering is concerned with the structural design and structural analysis. design concerns will encompass energy, stiffness, and stability of the shape whilst subjected to masses which can be static, along with fixtures or self-weight, or dynamic, which includes wind, seismic, crowd or automobile hundreds, or transitory, inclusive of temporary creation loads or impact. different considerations consist of fee, constructability, safety, aesthetics and sustainability.

Civil structural engineering includes all structural engineering related to the built environment. It includes:Bridges, Dams, Earthworks, Foundations, Offshore structures, Pipelines, Power stations, Railways, Retaining structures and walls, Roads, Tunnels, Waterways, Water and wastewater infrastructure
The structural engineer is the lead designer on these structures, and often the sole designer. In the design of structures such as these, structural safety is of paramount importance (in the UK, designs for dams, nuclear power stations and bridges must be signed off by a chartered engineer).
 
Civil engineering structures are often subjected to very extreme forces, such as large variations in temperature, dynamic loads such as waves or traffic, or high pressures from water or compressed gases. They are also often constructed in corrosive environments, such as at sea, in industrial facilities or below ground.
 
  • Building Structures
  • Concrete and Steel Structures
  • Structural Health Monitoring and Sustainability
  • Reliability and Durability of Structures
  • Structural Performance on Extreme Loads and Environment
  • Design and optimization for life-cycle structural performance
  • Service Life Evaluation and Extension
  • OffShore Structures

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